Stormy Daniels’ attorney denies porn star’s husband’s allegations

Stormy Daniels’ attorney denies porn star’s husband’s allegations

By Gary Gately   
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Stormy Daniels and her husband, Glendon Crain. (Facebook photo)

WASHINGTON — Stormy Daniels’ attorney denied the porn star’s husband’s allegations that she had committed adultery and planned to take the couple’s 7-year-old daughter on her “Make America Horny Again” strip club tour.

Responding to an email from TMN about whether Glendon Crain’s allegations about his wife were true, Daniels’ attorney Michael Avenatti replied, without elaborating, “Completely bogus.”

Avenatti disclosed the impending divorce in a tweet Monday afternoon, but did not mention specific allegations by Crain, a porn producer and actor and a heavy metal drummer:

For her part, Daniels, 39, struck a defiant offstage pose Monday evening, tweeting:

A judge in Kaufman County, Texas, District Court granted Crain’s  request last week for a temporary restraining order, preventing Daniels from taking the couple’s daughter on the strip club tour.

In his affidavit accompanying the petition for the restraining order, Crain wrote that Daniels had purchased a ticket for their daughter to fly out of Texas July 20 to join the porn star on the strip club circuit, picking up the tour in Charlotte, N.C. Crain included in his fiilng what he said was a photo of the plane ticket Daniels bought for her daughter.

“This will involve the child being on her tour bus with other adult performers and producers,” Crain said in the affidavit. “This will place my child in eminent threat of serious and immediate physical or emotional harm.”

As part of the restraining order, Daniels also has been denied unsupervised visitation with the couple’s daughter.

Stormy Daniels after her July 11 arrest at a Columbus, Ohio, strip club. (Columbus Police Department)

Word of the divorce filing comes after Daniels’ July 11 arrest at an Ohio strip club for alleged illegal physical contact with patrons. The three misdemeanor charges against her were dropped the following day after widespread criticism from, among others, Avenatti.

Like many others, especially on the left, he lambasted the arrest as politically motivated. Daniels  claims she had an affair with President Donald Trump in 2006 (a claim the president denies) and has sued Trump seeking to void a nondisclosure agreement she had signed and claiming he had defamed her. Trump has acknowledging that his then-personal attorney Michael Cohen paid Daniels $130,000.

And Columbus’s police chief said in a statement posted on Twitter that “a mistake was made [arresting Daniels], and I accept full responsibility.”

Questions about Daniels’ marital status arose after her arrest because the police report indicated that she said she was unmarried.

Since Thursday, Daniels has missed at least two gigs on her tour of strip clubs.

 

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